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by yorele cal. i was on the call last night. the cisco downgrade today. this dichotomy is allowing i think bernanke to not have to taper off. at the same time it calls into question how weak is that international market. seems very weak. >> did we get largely what we wanted from the fed yesterday? there were no big surprises within that. >> no. i think that was the point to not have any big surprises. i think there was a poignant moment yesterday that i think wasn't talked about enough where someone asked imputedly, i felt, because ben bernanke deserves better -- do you know anybody that's unemployed? do you note price of a gallon of milk? he came back, yes, i have a relative on unemployment. he's going to get unemployment down then we'll talk about tapering. until then we are playing a parlor game with the fed. i believe bernanke when he says these things. >> there's no reason to believe the fed is going to start pulling back any time soon. >> no. >> we need to see sustained improvement in the employment picture. then the tapering, who knows what that could be. it is not just turning the
national sport, it's called can kicking and looks like we're going to do it again. back to nicole, cisco, another big name stock and it's down sharply. what's going on there? >> all right, i'm laughing at your joke about the new national sport, can kicking. let's talk about this 'cause cisco systems, down about 3%, it's down today, 63 points today. today, cisco systems was downgraded at sbr capital. cut from underperform to market perform and lowered the price target $17 from $22. on the dow jones industrial average only two names are actually in the green today. wal-mart and boeing. everything else is red, stuart, and led by the number one loser cisco systems. stuart: thanks, nicole. maybe the dow is so much lower because i've got to say that the bailout situation in cyprus continues to unravel. european central bank has given the country about four days, get your act together or you don't get any kind of bailout money and it seems to be that vladimir putin and the russian mob, those guys against angela merkel and the germans, that seems to be setting up shop there. kristin joins us. do
grow and be well capitalized. one to name is cisco systems. below ten when you net out cash and it's consistently growing and profitable and if you get better than expected earnings there and a little bit of a drift on economic growth over 2013 and 2014, you could do quite well. >> we'll leave it right there. chad, really appreciate your time. now, of course we're waiting on the papal vote. we may find out if the next pope has been elected. looking in the corner there, forget the market levels. we want to look at the sistine chapel at this point waiting to see if smoke is black or white. also straight ahead, senate democrats planning to answer paul ryan with their own budget today. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to >>> welcome back to "worldwide exchange." i'm kelly evans. european stocks dropping with all eyes on italy as it looks to sell up to 7.25 euros in debt in the first long-term bond auction since a fitch downgrade. >>> a touch disappointing after sales growth slow in the fourth quarter and a battle of u.s. budget plans. senate democrats are set to unveil their answe
're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. cisco. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >>> so next part >>> so next part of this story. why should a u.s. investor really care about cyprus? a tiny little island. maybe this is an excuse for a mild stock correction. will cyprus silent the bulls or will the optimistic rally continue as i believe it will? we have bob dole. we welcome back joe lavorgna and cnbc contributor larry mcdonald, head of global strategy at new edge. bob, i home you heard the charles dallara interview. he was more concerned about the consequences of this than i might have thought. concerned about a next run on the bank. concerned the greek central bank can't bail out cyprus or the ecb may not have a mandate. what is your thinking about this? >> that was a great segment. confiscation and confidence were the two key words. we know we have the possibility my 100 cents are not 100 any more that. undermines confidence and risk asset
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. cisco. tomorrow starts here. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ > >>> smash bufrger is now setting its sights on britain, asia and america. i caught up with the ceo of smash burger and began asking him about the group's global strategy. >> smashburger, we started to build a better leading brand. we have a couple hundred units in the states and other country peps i'm here in london because we're looking to bring our business here to western europe and southeast asia. >> isn't the burger market stat rated? >> not at all. people love burgers. it's if number one food market in the united states and big outside. most of us have been dissatisfied with our choices. we're doing burgers in a different way in a new fast casual cooked environment. >> how much of a challenge is it when you come over here when horse meat is big i
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, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> the euro group's leader is doing this as the country scrambles to put together a rescue plan. he says he thinks the levy on bank deposits is inevitable. he also says he takes full responsibility for the original bailout package. >> a package that would have been much bigger than 10 billion simply wouldn't have given any fair chance to a recovery for cypr cyprus. so in that balance between a package not too big allowing for a new future for cyprus, finding a contribution from the cypriot economy itself, it's inevitable in the view of the euro group that a contribution was made from the depositors. >> now, yesterday, markets may have a different idea or do they? joining us from new york, joe levonra from deutsche bank. you think the fed could exit or start to exit by the end of the year? >> kelly, i think they can really stop the pace of qe. i think that what will happen is over the next two months, job growth will continue to be over 2,000. and i think in tha
to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. carrots. yes. celery. cool. chicken wings. it's actually very good. crackers... delicious. sabra hummus. dip life to the fullest. like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. zyrtec®. love the air. >>> it is my favorite time in show, time for q&a with richard quest, the host of quest means business on cnn international. there he is. richard, the latest fiscal crisis to hit europe is happening in that tiny mediterranean island of cyprus and even markets in the u.s. reacted negatively when the european central bank posted taxing bank fofts on the island by as much as 10% in exchange for a $15 million bailout of the banking system and the plan is in disarray because they rejected the move to tax the dopts. they have been shut down all week to prevent a run on deposits and panicked cppriots lining up. it is considered a tax haifen and the banking system i
. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. weeks since the schoolteacher went missing in new orleans, and there's still no assign of terry lynn monet. she walked out of a bar and vanished. police want to speak to a jogger seen in the area running at the time of her disappearance. searchers have scoured local bayous but there's no sign of the missing 26-year-old. the fbi has joined the search for a missing brown university student, sunil tripathi. he was on approved leave from his studies. he did not have his cell phone or wallet with him when he was last seen by his roommate. his sister joins us from providence, rhode island. thank you so much for joining us. how are you and your family holding up? >> thank you. it's a hard time. every minute is like a year, but we're continuing to try to focus on any facts that we can to help find our -- my brother, suni. >> we appreciate that you're so brave to come on. your brother is a philosophy major and talented saxophonist. did he do anything unusual leading up to his experience? >> we've been scouring every conver
away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> moscow has yet to react publicly to news that cyprus has secured a 10 billion euro bailout for lenders. russians are expected to take heavy losses as part of the planned levy on uninsured deposits over 100,000 euros. the question of russian involvement has drawn mixed reaction tr eurozone finance ministers in brussels. >> i understand that the russian government have a song relationship with cyprus from years ago and they're reducing the interest rate on that and is possibility extending the maturities on that. so that seems to be satisfactory. they certainly didn't move to five financial assistance to their depositors. >> i think they will be in contact with russian government, but there's been others. >> wa do you expect the russian government reaction to be? >> i have no idea. >> to the agreement, good night. >> now, we just had some news out from the german finance minister saying the new cyprus deal is much better from a german point of view than the one reached
. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> the central bank of japan said it could expand its asset purchase program. he hipded at the possibility of buying riskier assets, vowing to hit the 2% inflation target within two years. most expect him to roll out mormon tear easing next week and tried to kick start the debate of the framework. nathan is still with us in new york. nathan, is abe-nomics going to work? >> i think that governor kuroda is going to bring a new style and a new rhetoric to japanese monetary policy. and i do believe that he'll be more aggressive than governor shirakawa has been. but whether he'll go as far as many in the market is expecting, i think it's very much an open issue. i think there will be more constraints on his actions, both inside the boj and worries about side effects, the very aggressive policies. as to whether abe-nomics will be successful in raising japanese inflation to 2%, i think that's very much an open issue. and i think it will ultimately depend on whether kuroda is able to unleash animal spirits in japan. if it's going to work, it's going to have to
of these foreign names, intel, ibm, cisco. back to you. >> let's go to josh lipton. >> sue, some headlines we want to bring you up to speed on. welsh holding has joined the bid to advise on a potential deal. that's why kkr and they have teamed up for a joint deal. roche is continuing its interest in gene sequencing. sue, back to you. >> thank you very much, josh. to the bond market now where all of the worries about europe and cyprus fell a little bit. rick santelli is here with the details. hi, rick. >> hello. you can see we're under 190. we haven't closed under 190 in two weeks. we're down seven basis points on the day. let's go to europe, the backyard so to speak. if you open that chart up to mid-december, we are making fresh low yields for 2013 in the boom complex. it's all about cyprus, the resignation, whether accepted or not, euro versus the yen. depending on the final close, tyler, it's all yours. >> rick, thanks very much. a really fascinating developing story in the art world. the fbi says it is getting closer to solving a $500 million heist that took place 23 years ago in boston. nbc ne
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years ago, for example, cisco floated bonds, even though they have cash on their balance sheet. why? because to be overseas, they didn't want to pay 35% so they borrowed here. apple was talking about the fact that most of their cash is overseas so if they want to hike the defeividend, where does the cash come from, they have to do a preferred stock or bond. >> everything you have spoken about as incentivized building over there versus building over here and we don't want that. >> get the corporate tax rate down to 25% -- >> thank you. >> my point. >> totally key point. >> i'm all for -- >> 10%. >> all right, listen. i would go for the forbes flat tax when he ran for president twice and would do it again. that's the thesis. that's what we're saying. that's the basic principle here if we get this done. right now, the perm tax -- leave it alone, too complicated, not going to happen. president disagrees. corporate -- people think it will pay for itself. so excited about this. this is all about rolling easter eggs. now, just how long will the feds -- >> grows the economy. >> all right. g
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of expectations and cisco lower on a downgrade. sue, back to you. >>> we're down 85 points now on the dow jones industrial average. perhaps some of that money is seeking the bond market. let's find out. rick santelli's tracking the action for us. hi, ricky. >> reporter: hi, sue. whether it's money coming out of stocks or just money from somewhere, it almost doesn't matter, and between the weakness in equities and early headlines out of cyprus, you see on the intraday chart, that established the session. we're basically down four basis points. right now 192 yield. should we close in this zone, it will be a two-week close. doesn't look like a positive formation if you're looking for yields to move higher. it's really exaggerated by looking at year to date, a boon. the boon right now, at a 56 basis point deficit to the treasuries. that's a wide spread. and the last two-day chart of the euro versus the dollar. should it break through 1.28.80, it could challenge the current four-month lows versus the greenback. sue, back to you. >> rick, thank you very much. >>> some new clues about the state of the
to try to make you some more money. i have a more conservative by for you. cisco. the food service company. no one ever talks about it. by the way, this whole food service business, it is about $230 billion business. they are going to get a lot more. everywhere you go, there are food services and these guys are on top of it. the stock is up almost every year. they take market share all the time. for anyone looking for a conservative investment, i think this is a fantastic idea. this one is for your 401(k). here is another example of reckless government spending. hundreds of thousands of your taxpayer dollars is being spent -- we cannot make this stuff up. ♪ ♪ charles: how is this for government waste, the national science foundation awarded money to yale to study ducks. liz: everyone knows that a duck pond in breeding season is like a singles bar on spring break. who knew they were so quirky with their sexual evolution. they want us to go to quÉbec to study duck population. charles: we probably should have had this last week in the vice segment. how does this help mankind? liz
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condominium fraud cases ever cisco has and sentenced to 20 years in prison. 48 year-old d.j. shah was convicted of taking control once freed luxury condos, taking out loans against the properties, and laundering money through shell companies. shah is ordered to pay a $14.1 million fine nearly triple the amount taken in the scheme. sampras as good as attorney george gascon says is a sentencing was one of the most severe punishments in the history of his offices white-collar division. >> the man suspected of killing five people inside a san francisco home appeared in court yesterday. bin thai luc it be nominated and pleaded not guilty to five counts of murder plus special circumstances of committing most murders, robbery, burglary, and lying in wait. in the state's court appearance the judge did not set a date for the preliminary hearing. luc's lawyers said they needed more time to review evidence. the cases continue [ engine revving ] ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build mp and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just stay alive... but feel alive. the c-class is no exceptio
and the suggest thinking was that cisco was taking market share and it is down .8% right now. >> goldman on this anti-juniper pro-cisco bandwagon and doesn't show signs of letting up. >> a blackberry. blackberry is up 6 1/3%. >> how do you like that? >> blackberry, bed bath and best buy. >> the three bs. >> brahms, beethoven and bach. >> not bad equals the new good. >> i knew someone would have to mention it. >> i try not to. >> will you stay focused? >> geez. >> wow! apple. >> okay. apple. i hope they return capital and wish they had more growth. general mills. how about this one? some people say the top line wasn't so great. ken palo tonight and that is a dividend aristocrat. it's a dividend monster. we might have to do a bull/bear. >> look at what the stock's done, right? 21% over the past year? >> how can you not love a cereal company that you can sleep at night with, of course, they have many other brands that keeps raising the dividend. this is the market at large. the united states bank of general mills is unbelievable, right? no medicare problems. >> we'll have a debate and then
-packard and cisco in there. intel pretty high up on the list but american express goes into the top spot. financials are top gainers. overall big picture, we are seeing a great market helped the economic news we have gotten in and you can see a lot of winners here as well. melissa: thank you so much. when you have six kids, it is inevitable. i look at the jobs section this weekend strong numbers driving the dow even higher. ap says the private sector added 198,000 jobs last month, well above the estimate of 175,000. coming ahead of the report on jobless claims which is expected to show an increase of 355,000 in the latest week. friday the government bigmouth report expecting 160,000 jobs added last month, implement rate holding steady 7.9%. lori: the dow marching on. the correction just around the corner or is there more room to the upside? always great to see you. so, again, as we have been stating, the dow is building on the record close yesterday. what is your outlook? is the dow at the best levels for the year for 2013 or is there more room to run? >> i think there is more room to run, don't do
to be thrown out of head start. there is no necessity to it. this is kuester -- everybody says the cisco -- the sequester was terrible. it was only done as a result of the republican blackmail on the debt ceiling. we increased the debt ceiling. people do not understand what that is. it is foreiling says money you have already spent. if you owe money, you cannot pay the bills. you have to pay the bills. otherwise the country defaults. the treasury people tell us that would be catastrophic. so you have to pay the bills. we have raised the debt ceiling 77 signs -- times since world war ii. there is political demagoguery from whatever clinical party was in go the minority. at the end, there was a vote for it. they say if you increase the debt ceiling coming up to cut spending by an incredible amount. over 10 years. white 10 years? arbitrary. -- why over 10 years? arbitrary. 2.4 congress voted for $ trillion in cuts. 2 trillion -- the sequester makes no sense at all. from our point of view, we do not have a that crisis or deficit crisis. we have a jobs crisis. we have reduced the deficit. the
. cisco. tomorrow starts here. ♪ . >>> stocks rally and our traders have the best place right now. morning star is the ultimate stock picker. he is going to be here with his best picks as well. tiffany beach, we're going to have a big debate about where that goes from here and bear stearns five years later. the anniversary of the deal. now we have the ceo of chase wealth management. he was there. now this charge of a group running about $106 billion. we'll reflect on the past and talk about the markets. 10% gain here. #. >> the top performing stock on the nasdaq. they posted a quarterly loss but the strong outlook is getting everybody excited. it also reported an uptick in rev new and volume. several analysts increasing price target on the stock. you know, melissa and simon. we talk about how tech is underperforming but the stock is up 60% year to date. back to you. >> thank you very much, seema. it's approaching midday on wall street, so time is finding out for dell to find a better deal wchlt wi. the 45-day deal ends tonight. they proposed to take the texas based company private, giving
buildup on each side. so, i developed that plan, took it over to the assistant secretary of state cisco, and from there to the nsc. it got to henry kissinger, and he thought, that's interesting, but i can't persuade these folks to do this, to disengage they're forces and to quit sniping at each other. that's 1972. so, in february of '73, sort of as a free-floating agent, i floated over to the cia and joined the office of the director of central intelligence, and i took my little plan with me. and so i got over there, and the war happened. and you've heart quite a bit about that. my next role was as that war ran down, was to resurrect for dr. kissinger the plan for the disengagement of forces. that i put into play in the diplomatic arena. kissinger suggested and browbeat the parties into doing that. we tweaked the plan a bit, and he sent me off to sell it to the parties. which gave me an interesting experience to talk to presidents about and prime ministers, meir and various intelligence and army people. the next thing that i got involved in was to propose to the director that we do a di
, merck, corning, boeing, goldman sachs, microsoft, caterpillar, cisco systems, dow chemicals, major, profitable corporations using tax havens to avoid paying in the united states of america. we have an amendment to deal with that issue, and i hope we can have bipartisan support for that amendment. mr. president, i want to talk about my second amendment, and now i speak as chairmen of the veterans' committee. this amendment, number 198, would establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect the benefits of disabled veterans and their survivors by not enacting the so-called chained c.p.i. i'm pleased that this amendment is being cosponsored by senators had a harkin and hirono. mr. president, the time has come for the senate to send a very loud and clear message to the american people. we will not balance the budget on the backs of disabled veterans who have lost their arms, their legs and their eyesight defending our country. we will not balance the budget on the backs of the men and women who have already sacrificed for us in iraq and afghanistan, nor on the widows who have lost t
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